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ICC Jerusalem During the Six-Day War


The Six-Day War began on Monday, June 5th, 1967 at 7:45 AM, and by 9:40 the Jordanians opened fire at the municipal line positions and Mount Scopus in Jerusalem. Shortly after that, they began shell bombing the targets. These bombings hit the Presidential Residence, the Knesset building and the Biblical Zoo

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"Exhibition "Precious Light

The exhibition features photographs selected from the catalogs of the exhibitions held in the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv. Padrul serves photographer photographing the objects in the museum Lktlogimsl Museum - Mktzoahdors knowledge in all fields of documentary and artistic photography. Requires absolute power over all fundamentals of classical art photography to show the individuality of each object and the object.

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Biblical landscape by Leonid Pederol

Upon his immigration to Israel, Leonid Pederol went on to study the nature and history of the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea, part of which was the site of the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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Gold Black

Israeli musicians in black-and-white photographs of Pedigree bull This exhibition focuses on photography portrait of Israeli musicians, snapping photos ox since early nineties

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Exhibition "chaotic mosaic" - the woodwork of age Goren

The works of Gil Goren, thousands of photographs of the urban landscape cluttered eclectic stimuli. You could say these works reflect the consciousness experienced flooding. The frequency of exposure to the world of graphic design and preparation of campaigns in all areas of the media allowed him to create a resonance between the icons in advertising, graffiti art and the plastic arts. Like the graffiti scene, also Goren unique fingerprint - a chaotic mosaic details and images - most immediately eye of the beholder

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Photos inner courtyard - complete Bornstein

Photos inner courtyard - complete Bornstein

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Photographic Exhibition – Atalia Katz – The Voice of Ethiopian Jewry

Photographer Athalia Katz visited the transit camp in Gondar Ethiopia where the members of the Ethiopian community, Beta Yisrael, were waiting to make aliyah to Israel and reunite with members of their families. With her camera, she succeeded in capturing the feelings, longing and daily life of members who had been waiting months and years before being granted immigration permits to Israel.

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